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The Band Perry, Fallout Boy set for CMT Crossroads

The Band Perry, Fallout Boy set for CMT Crossroads

SET FOR CMT: Kimberly Perry from The Band Perry performs on NBC's "Today" show on Friday, Aug. 2, 2013 in New York. Photo: Associated Press/Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP

The Band Perry and rockers Fallout Boy are set to collaborate for a CMT Crossroads special, the network said.

The concert special will premiere Nov. 29 and feature the bands sharing stories and songs. It is scheduled to be taped in Nashville, Tenn.

The special follows Fallout Boy’s sold-out tour during the spring and summer supporting their latest album “Save Rock and Roll.”

The Band Perry plans to tour in support of their sophomore album and has been nominated for vocal group of the year at the upcoming CMA Awards.

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